Originally Posted by erotica_n_s
A little disappointed that no-one's given this a try...
I'd hint that part of the lack of response is that your prompt is too specific and doesn't let the creative be inspired.
My suggestion, for your next prompt, is to look present it as a peek into a moment of sexual tension. All the details you outlined are things you
find erotic, but you don't take into consideration where the story is being made... so something that is erotic to you might not be erotic to someone else.
- Two lovers: why stop at two? Could be a threesome, or two couples meeting for the first time.... again. you're initial boundary has snuffed a person's ability to create their worn world.
- A man walks into a room: in 5 words, you've basically told all the female writers in this forum that you're not interested in their POV; same with homosexual couples; etc. etc.
- The woman is Asian Indian: this is the heart of your own personal fantasy, one that not many (as beautiful as South East Asian women can be) might be able to connect with for an infinite number of reasons.
- Everything Else: it's just a bullet list of things you
find erotic. So the immediate response for me is "Why waste my time, I don't find any interest in any of this."
Your post essentially forces your fantasy on another person, and you ask that person to create a universe they don't have much room to play in because of the constrains of your erotic needs.
Remember that a prompt is a catalyst for someone else to roam and build something from scratch
. It's like the moment before you kiss someone for the first time... how excited would you be if that person's family was standing next to you with an outlined list of when you will get married, when and how you will have sex, how many kids you will have, and what their names will be, etc., etc. Would you even want to continue with the kiss at that point?
For example, if you mess around with your subject line and pair it down to "Lovers meeting face to face for first time
" -- this would let someone empathize with that position because we've all been there before, and creativity takes over from there.
Good luck with your next prompt!